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1000 Sherbrooke West
Former names Centre Mont-Royal
Place Internationale de l'Aviation
General information
Status Complete
Type Office
Architectural style Brutalism
Location 1000 Sherbrooke Street West
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Coordinates 45°30′10″N 73°34′30″W / 45.5027°N 73.5751°W / 45.5027; -73.5751
Completed 1969 – 1974
Roof 128 m (420 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 28
4 below ground
Floor area 35,952 m2 (386,980 sq ft)
Lifts/elevators 11
Design and construction
Architect Rosen Caruso Vecsei Architects

1000 Sherbrooke West (formerly known as Centre Mont-Royal and Place Internationale de l'Aviation) is a 28-storey, 128 m (420 ft) skyscraper at 1000 Sherbrooke Street West next to Tour Scotia and opposite McTavish Street in downtown Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The tower was designed by Rosen Caruso Vecsei Architects in the Brutalist architectural style, with a concrete and glass facade. Construction was completed in 1974 and once housed the headquarters of ICAO. In 1987, the ICAO offices were the site of the signing of the Montreal Protocol, an international treaty to protect the ozone layer - an agreement considered the most effective international agreement on the environment to date. The Centre Mont-Royal conference center is located on site.

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